Do you want a dream destination? The Inn is located in Renedo de Cabuérniga, in the heart of the Saja Reserve, surrounded by an immense forest and landscape wealth typical of the natural area in which it is located, crossed by the Saja River. Typical 3-storey manor house, brick, stone and wood, noble materials for this Inn located in a privileged enclave. 15 rooms, 2 restaurants, front terrace, back garden and playground. And a perfect annex apartment as a home. Located in the Cabuérniga valley, on the so-called Ruta de los Foramontanos, so called because it is the path taken by the Cantabrians who came out of the mountains, after the reconquest, to repopulate the lands of Castile. Just 14 km from Cabezón de la Sal, the urban center par excellence in the area. With a rich historical and artistic heritage and 5 minutes from the source of the Fuentona, a natural spring that arises from the interior of a cave. A place where the roads are lost between mountains. Nature in its purest form, one of the most beautiful natural places in Spain. From Cabezón de la Sal to Renedo you can enjoy a wonderful route of towns: Carrejo, Ucieda, Ruente, Barcenillas, Sopeña, Valle, Terán, Selores and Renedo. continuing route to Fresneda and Barcena Mayor, another of the places "of postcard and charm". It is located very close to Carmona, a place from which you can enjoy an impressive panoramic view of the valley, one of the most charming "postcards" in all of Cantabria. The area has extensive active tourism resources such as the Lamiña Waterfalls, an exclusive route along a 7 km forest track, well signposted towards a charming hazelnut and chestnut forest until reaching the waterfall paradise. The entire area is an immense forest of changing tones, with large expanses of hazelnuts, birches, willows, oaks, beeches or elms, among other tree species, dotted with small villages characterized by their stone houses, with large sun beds and balconies. Palacetes, mountain houses, meadows and forests in one of the tourist areas par excellence. The paths enter deep mountains and the Saja Natural Park.